Harold Shipman

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A UK general practitioner who was convicted of killing 15 women largely with lethal injections of heroin. Some believing the number was even higher
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Shipman gave asthma sufferer Ms A, 47, a "huge dose" after she complained of chest pains in 1994.
Yesterday, an inquest jury brought in a verdict saying that Shipman killed himself by hanging.
But the officer denied claims made by another inmate that he had taunted Shipman by singing 'Hi-Ho, hi-ho it's down to basic you go'.
It was alleged she acted unprofessionally in failing to notice unusual amounts of the drug being prescribed by Shipman between February and August 1993.
Primrose Shipman has asked for a pounds 10,000 hoard of jewellery to be returned to her after the items were seized from the garage at the Shipman family home when the doctor was first arrested.
Primrose Shipman has asked for a pounds 10,000 hoard of jewellery seized from their garage after Shipman's arrest to be given back to her.
Dame Janet said Susan's death occurred when Shipman was working on the paediatric wards at Pontefract General Infirmary.
Officials on the Shipman Inquiry released the figure of 137 as it announced that publication of its sixth report will be next Thursday.
According to The Times, Shipman confided in a probation officer that he had considered committing suicide to make sure his wife would receive a generous pension.
As an independent inquiry into Shipman's death begins, a prisons spokeswoman said Shipman had been behaving 'utterly normally' and had shown no sign of suicidal tendencies - right down to the telephone conversation with his wife.
Today - in our second exclusive extract from top crime writer WENSLEY CLARKSON's extraordinary book The Good Doctor - we reveal how Shipman was helped by a secret informer who always kept him one step ahead of the law.
Shipman president of the newly-acquired subsidiaries.